Talk:Mani Peninsula

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The article says: "Today a narrow and winding road extends down the west coast from Kalamata to Areopoli, but on the east coast there is no substantial road south of Gytheio.".

I think that this is missleading. While there is no paved road from Gytheio to Koroni, there is a fine (if narrow and twisting) paved road from Areopolis across the penninsula to Koroni, down the east coast, and back up the west coast back up to Areopolis. [I know, I've driven it.] So most of the east coast has at least a paved road. Possibly this is an issue of what "substantial" means? [Given that area, I'd personally think "paved" qualifies as substantial.] Nahaj 00:50, 22 May 2006 (UTC)

I think that this article should be merged with Mani Peninsular. All the information should be put under the history section of the Mani Peninsular article.

There is no Mani Peninsular article, and nor should there be since "peninsular" is an adjective. Adam 10:13, 29 July 2006 (UTC)